Meaning of Gaeldom in English:

Gaeldom

noun

See Gael

‘As dynastic union looked likely to resolve the problems of England's northern frontier, the Tudor assimilation of Irish Gaeldom seemed the one outstanding question in regard to the unification of the British Isles.’
  • ‘US Gaeldom and in particular the Gaels of Chicago mourned the untimely death of one of Kilkenny's finest ambassadors.’
  • ‘However, one of Gaeldom's leading writers was less impressed.’
  • ‘If not, who will care for the issues which affect Gaeldom, islanders, West Highlanders, those in the northeast or far north?’
  • ‘Scarcely any other Anglo-Irish poet has recalled so vividly the old world of Gaeldom.’